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Latest Garden Tips
Learn the basics to get the most out of your garden!
What is the Winter Solstice & why does it matter for gardeners? The winter solstice marks the shortest day and…
What is root rot? Root rot (also called crown rot) is a term that is commonly used to describe a…
Weathering the Winter Weather Make the most of microclimates! I know that I keep talking about microclimates, but there’s a…
Create your own beautiful candles topped with your homegrown herbs! These make beautiful gifts for friends and family!
Dress up your Thanksgiving dinner table with these place cards that only take a few minutes to whip up! Free…
I often wonder if our ancestors would laugh at us as we fumble along in the grocery store, wondering what…
Learn all the basics to get the most out of your edible garden!
Pests & Diseases
Fight back against common pests & diseases! Email us if you have any issues with your plants.
DIY from the Garden
Create your own beautiful gifts crafted with your homegrown herbs!
Seasonal Gardening Tips
Harvesting & Seasonal Eating
Soak up all these seasonal tips so you and your plants can thrive to their fullest!
Garden Video Tips
Are you a visual learner? Follow along with our garden tips by watching our videos!
Garden Video Tips
Learn garden tips by watching our video tips!
- DIY from the Garden
- Garden Basics
- Pests & Diseases
Holiday Decorating Ideas
Winter Microclimate Spotlight
Fall Wall Refresh
Intro to Worm Castings
Keeping it Simple Fall Tips
Gardening has given us freedom, purpose & passion! I’m here to pass it on by helping you learn how to grow your own food & live more sustainably.
Spoil Your Soil!
Fall and winter are the perfect time to rest. Not only for ourselves, but also our soil! After all, soil is the soul of your garden! So don’t feel guilty if you are taking some time off from the garden or just gardening a little less over winter. Use that time to spoil your soil with some beneficial worm castings, mulch and/or compost to keep all the microorganisms happy and well-fed during the cool season.
Grow with the Season
If you are growing during the cool season, keep things simple by growing greens and herbs that are cold hardy. These plants can take some cold and still grow like champs! This makes it easier and more enjoyable for you! Spinach, chives, sage, parsley, arugula, mizuna and some lettuce varieties are all ideal candidates for the cool season garden – they won’t even mind the frost!
Practice Seasonal Eating
It’s easy to mourn the loss of all those amazing summertime fruits and veggies! But, fall and winter offer their own abundance! Take the time to indulge in all the flavors of the season by committing to eating more seasonal, locally grown foods. Greens, legumes, root crops and squashes may be what your body is craving during the cooler season – plus, they provide tons of vital vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and healthy fats.
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